Eye Camera

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Eye Camera

A specialized camera that focuses on the human eye and measures eye movements. An eye camera is used in eye movement analysis, which measures how one's eyes respond to a visual advertisement. For that reason, eye cameras are important to marketing.
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This antenna enables the fabrication of large fly s eye cameras in just two wafers, and promises one order of magnitude better scanning performances than previous solutions.
On October 28, a big scrape appeared on the edge of the field and Mark and Terry immediately moved one of their Wildlife Eye cameras to the scrape.
Known as Explorer, it uses fish eye cameras to record real-time video on the inside diameter of both six and eight-inch pipelines.
Its electronic security division - which supplies Eagle Eye cameras to London taxi cabs - grew by 18 per cent, now accounting for half of total sales.
If David Ellery's attempt to sink Man Utd's title challenge at Anfield isn't the best advert for third eye cameras then I don't know what is.
But if the cat's eye cameras catch you speeding, they can send your car's number to an electronic road sign that will flash it up for everyone to see.
Caption: The Angel Eye cameras are adjustable for better viewing.
Hopefully, come March, Sony has already resolved the shortage of PS4 consoles--as well as PS4 Eye cameras, something that has been an in issue time and again-so that the console wars can finally begin in the context of exclusive game releases.
A critical feature of our fly's eye cameras is that they incorporate integrated microlenses, photodetectors, and electronics on hemispherically curved surfaces," said Jianliang Xiao, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at University of Colorado Boulder and coauthor of the study.
He said that the government was planning to install high power electronic eye cameras to monitor the movement of suspicious persons inside the park and prevent the poaching.
Move wands that synch with Eye cameras on the consoles will hit the market in time for the year-end holiday shopping season, as will the Kinect technology.
Arnel called for a review and with sunny, calm conditions at the Basin Reserve the virtual eye cameras were fully operational but could not help the tail- ender.